EU immigration portal
European Commission Guidelines on visas and residence permits for Erasmus+ participants coming from Partner Countries.
Student should refer to the EU immigration portal where information is provided for both short stays and long stays.
Student visas for the UK
Students requiring a Tier 4 student visa to study in the UK must follow the instructions on the UK Government website.
The University of Glasgow International Student Support Office is able to provide comprehensive advice on the visa application process.
Arrangements for Students requiring Visas
As your studies will begin in Tartu, Estonia, the University of Tartu will issue you an admissions letter to be taken to your visa application appointment. Please refer to their guidance on visa and residence permit applications, as well as CEERES specific guidelines
IMPORTANT: Students should be aware that Estonia does not have a visa-issuing Embassy in all countries and that you may need to travel elsewhere to apply for the visa. Please take the additional time and costs involved into account.
If you have any enquiries relating to your visa application please contact email@example.com.
You will then receive the University of Glasgow CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance of Study) which will allow you to apply for a UK visa when resident in Estonia. Students should follow all instructions on the UK Government website. The University of Glasgow International Student Support Office is able to provide comprehensive advice on the visa application process.
You will make Year 2 visa arrangements from Glasgow, according to the information provided by partners.
3rd Mobility Year 2: pathway partners will provide information directly to students.
Note that some partners require you to provide your original degree certificate on arrival. It is recommended that you bring this with you, or ensure that it is accessible if required.
All students should ensure that they are aware of their home country’s regulations for making visa applications, and confirm that you will be able to make applications for 2nd and 3rd mobility without returning home.
You can also refer to the EU immigration portal where information is provided for both short stays and long stays.
Last updated on 26th September 2017